API URL: https://api.no.de/
Node URL: https://no.de/
$ curl -k -u user:password https://api.no.de/heart -X POST
"The first 150 people can generate a coupon code for
creating a no.de Smart Machine."
However when I clone repo or add the repo url to git remote of the project dir, it's asking for a password. What should i be entering there? Guessing it's because we're told to use the user git "email@example.com... ". Anyone? the #joyent channel on freenode doesnt seem to have active staff right now.
The new Node.js solution lives under http://no.de
The correct repo is shown after you have provisioned your machine.
Regarding specs of the service offered, it just says: I need more memory or disk!
"As part of our beta service we have one size Node Smart Machine available. In our tests so far, few developers have hit those limits. If you are running out of disk or memory send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org or try running Node on a standard SmartOS Smart Machine."
* It's designed around an event loop and non-blocking IO
* It's fast and high troughput
* Node.js is currently adopted by Joyent, Heroku, Yahoo and many others
And yes, both provide early beta hosted Node.js.
Heroku use their current infrastructure and offer node.js dynos on their new Beech stack. It's easy and fun to use.
Joyent offers a full VPS based on SunOS. It can host node.js and other supporting packages, databases, all freely installable. You can even ssh into a SmartEngine. Ryan Dahl, the creator of node.js, has joined Joyent.
I did figure out that I can request through your API via command line, but it seems like a have to use a weird unicode heart (/heart doesn't work). After futzing with that I discover all coupons are gone. Awesome.
Running "curl -k -u user:pass http://api.no.de/heart -X POST" gave no output. I'm noticing in my history that I didn't use https, I guess that's why it didn't work.
Why should I even have to jump to curl to request a coupon?
I wonder if they're out of coupons..?